Manager, Consumer Affairs
PO Box 5011
Milwuakee WI 53201-5011
Please add this message to the many you have received in support of mail processing in Oshkosh, WI. I would like
to voice my opinion regarding the Area Processing Study (AMP) that commenced on August 2, 2010 in Oshkosh,
Wisconsin. I am opposed to the consolidation of the Oshkosh, Wisconsin Processing and Distribution Center
(P&DC) to Green Bay, WI or elsewhere.
I am concerned about having to sacrifice the mail service I currently receive and have grown to expect. The
Oshkosh facility currently has the most First Class overnight commitments in the whole State of Wisconsin. Moving
the mail would mean a lot of these overnight commitments would now become two day commitments, that which
is the standard in Green Bay.
As well as the possible compromising of levels of service, I am also concerned about the loss of local jobs in the
549 area and the effect it will have on the local economy such as loss of revenue and loss of property tax payers.
Furthermore, I believe that the post office is a necessary part of the business infrastructure for Oshkosh,
Winnebago County and the entire 549 zip code. Additional bulk mail costs will be figured in to the calculus made by
potential employers moving to the area, and current employers as they manage their business.
Let it be put on record that I have responded in opposition to this AMP study. USPS has a responsibility of
maintaining the current service standards and of making improvement in service and to not degrade that service
as would be the result of closing the Oshkosh Post Office.
The Honorable John E. Potter
United States Postal Service
475 L'Enfant Plaza S.W.
Washington DC 20260-0010
Lakeland District Manager
PO Box 5000
Milwaukee WI 53201-5000
Senior Plant Manager
PO Box 5040
Milwaukee WI 53201-5040
Attn: David Anderson
490 West Rolling Meadows Dr
Fond du Lac WI 54937
Senator Russ Feingold
506 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510
Senator Herb Kohl
330 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington DC 20510